I am in the process of writing a web-application using apache,mod-python and cheetah. I installed apache2, mod-python and cheetah and also enabled the userdir module in apache2 so that i can host the webpages inside my public_html folder.
The public_html folder has a folder named 'site' which gets displayed when I type "url" in the browser. There are subfolders inside this 'site' folder and the site folder also has an index.html page inside it.
But when I click on the site folder in the browser, I get a 'Requested url /~myusername/site/ not found'. There are files inside the folder with 777 permissions and still I get this error.
I use Ubuntu Jaunty with the following configuration - 'Apache/2.2.11 (Ubuntu) PHP/5.2.6-3ubuntu4.1 with Suhosin-Patch mod_python/3.3.1 Python/2.6.2 Server at localhost Port 80'.
These are the lines I have added to the /etc/apache2/sites-available/default file
<Directory "/home/myusername/public_html/site/"> SetHandler mod_python PythonHandler mod_python.publisher PythonDebug On PythonAutoReload On
I have installed Windows 7 followed by Fedora 11. Everytime I install Fedora 11 with Win 7, the first to boot, I get BOOTMGR missing. Later I used "df -h" command to see the disk file usage fdisk -l" to see the info regarding Disk Partitions. Went into the /boot/grub/menu.lst and modified the order. I set the partition where I find the bootmgr.exe.mui, there was another file named "memtest.exe.mui in the same file.
I navigated to the above said through Fedora 11. Located inside the Win 7 installed directory /boot/en-US/
When I changed the menu.lst file, I get a new error Error 12: Invalid device requested when I tried to boot Win 7. Does that mean that Fedora 11 GRUB is not getting the bootmgr.exe.mui since its 2 levels inside the boot directory ??
Every time I upgrade my system I run a post install script. This script made some harm to the network start that prevents sshd from starting, but I was unable to detect the problem. In my boot.log I found this:
[...] Starting NetworkManager daemon: [ OK ] Starting Avahi daemon... Jun 2 14:58:48 Antares kernel: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): eth0: link is not ready
So there is a "bind to port 22 failed" probably caused by "eth0: link is not ready", but after the sshd init script fails the eth0 is ready...
I looked around on the internet to find a solution, but none found.I installed apache2 on Karmic Koala and that one works. On the default page I created a link to "/home/me/Documents/folder/index.html", but when I click the link it gives me the URL not found-error.
I'm doing an upgrade of a web based application for a charity organization. To test the changes that we're making to the code, I wanted to set up a server on my home PC to host a copy of the site. I've configured apache, php and mysql like the server that's currently hosting the real app, but I have a problem:The first page is a login screen. This, of course, has a login form like so:
I'm trying to install Fedora 13 on my HP dv6 laptop and when I try to use the Use Free Space installation type, I receive a Partitioning Error: Could not allocate requested partitions - not enough free space on disks. Before I started the install, I used the Disk Management utility in Windows 7 to shrink the volume of the C: drive down to 242 GB and leaving 210 GB Unallocated. Here is what the screen looks like when I select Create Custom Layout (also receive the not enough free space error):
I'm trying to install Fedora 3 Core on an old hard drive I had lying around. The problem I'm having is that when I go to manually repartition the hard drive with Disk Druid I get this error: Could not allocate requested partitions: Partitioninf Failed: Could not allocate partitions as primary partitions. I can't view the contents of the hard drive to delete stuff.
I'm trying to get a complete overview of booting so I can multiboot. An explanation of the hardware that stores data and the hardware that runs it with the paths the data takes would be awesome!
Here are some quotes that are not comprehensive.
Quote from [url] "When the processor first starts up, it is suffering from amnesia; there is nothing at all in the memory to execute. Of course processor makers know this will happen, so they pre-program the processor to always look at the same place in the system BIOS ROM for the start of the BIOS boot program. This is normally location FFFF0h, right at the end of the system memory. They put it there so that the size of the ROM can be changed without creating compatibility problems. Since there are only 16 bytes left from there to the end of conventional memory, this location just contains a "jump" instruction telling the processor where to go to find the real BIOS startup program."
System Memory is your RAM is it not? Why are they being specific in stating the address location in the Firmware that BIOS uses? An external EEPROM on the board is totally different from RAM is it not? Does the BIOS data travel to a specific RAM Location?
Is there a small processor connected to BIOS or is everything run with the Main CPU?
What exactly is the "chipset" that is referred to with booting?
I installed squid on my centos and I tried to follow some guides but it still gives the same error
Quote: ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved
While trying to retrieve the [URL]...The following error was encountered: Access Denied. Access control configuration prevents your request from being allowed at this time. Please contact your service provider if you feel this is incorrect.
ZON-BFC0 is the name presented in my wireless connection, plus the actual ip I'm using there is the ipv4 I found with a quick "ipconfig" search on DOS.
I have a small cluster (OSCAR, Fedora 8) and I was able to run some application software on it. Then lightning struck very close to the building. Fortunately I had unplugged all the power cables (because the cluster has not yet been moved to where the power lines are protected), but it seems that the institution didn't have any protection on their LAN cables, and so the whole building's public network cards are damaged. A costly lesson.
Anyway, when I tried to run the application software in parallel across the cluster (using the private network which is unscathed) I get the error message given in the subject line. I contacted the application software's help department as I thought I had perhaps forgotten to set something, but according to them it is a normal network problem.
Check the /etc/hosts file and make sure that the nodes all have a single definition and you don't have lines like
127.0.0.1 localhost normnode3
and that normnode3 has the same address both on the master and on the node. try ping normnode3 from the master and see what address comes back 64 bytes from 184.108.40.206: icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.306 ms or is it 127.0.0.1. Then do the reverse. Also double check that you can ssh between nodes without password but I would expect a different error then. The command "hostname" returns gnlserv01, which is the public NIC.
After the lightning I had trouble getting the nodes to communicate "automatically" with each other, but it can be cured by starting the xinetd service and disabling the firewall on the master node (it's not too dangerous since I don't have a public interface at present and since I'm sitting behind the institution's firewall as well.) Just by the way, I would think that ther should be a file somewhere in which I could specify those two commands to take place when the master node is switched on. Could you perhaps enlighten me as to where and how I could specify it?
I was wondering whether I would need to explicitly start a bind-type service or something like that? (Since I had to explicitly start xinetd) I'm rather clueless really. I googled around and found that there is a named service, so I tried to start it, but I don't think it's installed on the computer. Therefore, since I have managed to run the application software in parallel previously, the named service is probably not the problem. Here is a copy of how my /etc/hosts file looks like:
# Do not remove the following line, or various programs # that require network functionality will fail. # These entries are managed by SIS, please don't modify them. 127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost
I have message: error 12: invalid device requested.It happen when i choose ubuntu partition. before this error message the netbook run perfectly with dual boot. ubuntu is 1st option winXP is 2nd option from the list(maybe grub ?) Since i want winxp as the 1st option instead ubuntu,i change the file /boot/grub/menu.lst. what exactly i change is just cut and copy the winxp part to above ubuntu part.
today there was problem with isp but we fix it now other machine run internet fine but when we run through squid proxy machine it give this message to all users. what fields column values config i should check it. i also reset the cache make empty folder. restart machine also service clear the logs . it is on centos 5.4
see below message
ERROR: The requested URL could not be retrieved While trying to retrieve the URL: [URL] The following error was encountered: Read Error
The system returned:
(104) Connection reset by peerAn error condition occurred while reading data from the network. Please retry your request. Your cache administrator is root.
I have got squid 3.0 stable 13 installed on a new centos5 box .I have used it on other centos5 ones and it has worked really well.It didnt give any error messages during installation on this one until i used the proxies in the browser.I have used it on other centos5 ones and it has worked really well.But with this box I am getting this error in browser-The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL:Yahoo!Socket FailureThe system returned: (99) Cannot assign requested addressSquid is unable to create a TCP socket, presumably due to excessive load. Please retry your request.I have tried many options for http_port but to no avail.I have never seen this error before with and am totally clueless
I want to install GTK+. I see there are also numerous dependencies, which i've been slowly tackling, and the Cairo package has been particularly difficult. It claims the following upon ./configure --prefix=/usr configure: WARNING: Could not find libpng in the pkg-config search path checking whether cairo's PNG backend could be enabled... no configure: error: requested PNG backend could not be enabled I've done some searching and found that libpng.pc is in my /usr/lib/pkgconfig/ directory and that the following commands don't do the trick:
Created abt 16.4 gb free space using Disk Management in vista. I read the sticky on installing from the live cd and did accordingly. Whatever Partition i create first (boot or /), it gets done. However, when tryin to create the 2nd partition, i get "Could not allocate requested partitions:Not enough free space on disks." Cant proceed any further.
I'm running Ubuntu 9.10 and Gnome-Do 0.8.3.1. I have two issues I hope someone can help with.First I've managed to add two folders to the doc, however when I hover over the icon the name is displayed as "..." This might be because the path of the folder is "/home/eric/Desktop/500" which is a link to "/mnt/500" I cannot add the folder without the error listed below. When trying to add folders, and some applications I receive the error:
"Docky Error - Docky could not move the file to the requested Directory. check file name permissions and try again."
I try to install IPsec-Tools on Slackware 13, but I get an configure error: configure: error: Security Context requested, bu no selinux support! Aborting. I'm linux newbie and I'm following a slackware-basics tutorial, I did as in the tutorial, but the configure stops and aborts:
I'm trying to install 11 on my desktop from the live CD. I already have XP and Ubuntu installed, and I know for certain that I have an additional 25 GB left with my documents partition included. I am using a ~= 1 week old hard drive, so that last 25 GB is raw and unformatted.Anyway, here's what's going on: When I attempt to create a new partition in the "free space," I get an error dialog saying "Could not allocate requested partitions: not enough free space on disks."I thought maybe it was a quirk with the ext3/ext4 dilemma, maybe I had to create /boot prior to /, but I tried it both ways.
I'm trying to install Fedora 12 from a DVD created by an iso I downloaded. When the install gets to the point of actually installing files, I get a message saying that it can't find 'authconfig-gtk-6.0.0.-2.fc12.i686.rpm'. I looked at the DVD for that file and it isn't there. I found 'authconfig-gtk-5.4.13-1.fc12.i686.rpm'. Any ideas how to fix this? The DVD passed the media check at the beginning of the install. I'm not exactly a newbie in Linux as I have some experience with it.
I searched this on the web to no avail. Could I get a clarification on what exactly Yum ,Yumex, and Packager Installer are? Yum is the terminal and Package installer is (System>Addministration>Add/Remove Sofware correct? Additionally what is Yup and what is Yumex.
I am downloading some files via tftp from the server (call it my server) and I need the server to be case insensitive to the file names requested. That is If I request "SoMe.TTL" and the actual file name is "some.ttl" it should send "some.ttl" back! Right now it is case sensitive and is a pain in the but because some windows clients upload files to that directory and the names can have any case. Furthermore, the file request mechanism must allow the user to input the required file name, hence the user can write using any case. Can the tftp-server solve cases by it's own? How about dnsmasq's internal tftp server? Ok, maybe I wasn't explicit above: I need to make the fedora tftpd-server Case Insensitive!